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Confusion about using CVS



Hi,

I finished the translation of the CVS' pt_BR.po for the release notes, as you have noted by the cvs commits. But I'm a little confused about using the CVS for release notes right now. For this reason, I'm sending this email.

First I was told to get a updated and clean tree for docs-common and release notes with:

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$ cvs co docs-common release-notes
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Then grab the translation freeze tag to begin translation:

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$ cvs up -r release-notes-FC-5-ISO-trans-freeze \
  docs-common release-notes
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Then I created the po/pt_BR copying from the po/RELEASE-NOTES.pot and began translating. I finished in the past two days. Then I changed the Makefile to add the pt_BR target for building.

I commited the changes to a Non-Tagged version. So the modifications will go to the updated and current tree. Is this right? Or Am I doing something wrong?

I'm asking this because when I tried to build, I got this error:

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$ make html-pt_BR
mkdir -p pt_BR
po2xml en/ArchSpecific.xml po/pt_BR.po >pt_BR/ArchSpecific.xml
mkdir -p pt_BR
po2xml en/ArchSpecificPPC.xml po/pt_BR.po >pt_BR/ArchSpecificPPC.xml

can't find

After using Open<emphasis role="strong"></emphasis>Firmware to boot the CD, the bootloader (yaboot) should automatically boot the 64-bit installer.

in

After using Open<emphasis role='strong'></emphasis>Firmware to boot the CD, the bootloader (yaboot) should automatically boot the 64-bit installer. </para>

make: *** [pt_BR/ArchSpecificPPC.xml] Error 1
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And I don't have any idea what to do. What are the procedures?

And just to finish this message, I corrected some minor speling and grammar errors in the Wiki Beats, so based in the Wiki changes the responsables (Bob?) could commit to cvs.

Thanks and sorry for the incovenience!

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Eitch

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